Question about Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator
Do it exactly as you wrote it. For the negative exponent use the change sign key [ -]. The question is whether you are aware of the meaning of the EE key.
The EE key is a shortcut for x10^. Thus 1EE3=10^3=1000.
As to the other number (the electron mass) its value is 9.1x10^(-31) kg which you enter as you typed it 9.1 [EE] [( -)]31 [=]
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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